Healthcare/ Clinical

Hygiene in healthcare facilities is paramount. HAI stands for Healthcare-Associated Infection, which is an infection that is acquired during the course of receiving healthcare treatment in a hospital or other healthcare setting. HAI's can occur due to a variety of reasons, such as invasive procedures, use of medical devices, and exposure to harmful microorganisms. When an infection happens, everyone loses, especially the patient. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), HAI's affect millions of patients each year in the United States and are associated with significant morbidity and mortality. Common types of HAI's include surgical site infections, central line-associated bloodstream infections, ventilator-associated pneumonia, and catheter-associated urinary tract infections. To prevent HAI's, healthcare providers must follow strict infection control procedures, including proper hand hygiene, use of personal protective equipment, proper cleaning and disinfection of medical equipment and surfaces, and appropriate use of antibiotics.


UV-C helps reduce airborne pathogens, contributing to decreased hospital-acquired infections. Surface disinfection in operating rooms, ICUs, and patient rooms can minimize the transmission of infections. UV-C can disinfect medical equipment and tools, decreasing cross-contamination.

Medical Clinics

Air and surface disinfection can help maintain a sterile environment, reducing the risk of infections for patients and staff. Improved air quality can support a healthier atmosphere, particularly for patients with compromised immune systems.


UV-C can be used to disinfect laboratory equipment and surfaces, reducing the risk of cross-contamination and maintaining sterile conditions. UV-C can help maintain a clean environment for sensitive experiments, reducing the risk of false results due to contamination.

Nursing Homes

UV-C technology can reduce the spread of infections among elderly residents who are more susceptible to illnesses. Regular air and surface disinfection can help maintain cleaner living spaces, promoting overall health and well-being.

Dental offices

UV-C can be used to disinfect dental tools and equipment, lowering the risk of infections for patients and staff. Surface disinfection in waiting rooms and treatment areas can help minimize pathogen transmission.

In addition, the use of advanced technologies, such as UV-C germicidal light, can be an effective tool to help prevent the spread of harmful microorganisms in healthcare settings. UV-C light can be used to disinfect surfaces and equipment, such as hospital rooms, operating rooms, and medical equipment. It can also be used to disinfect the air in healthcare settings, which can help reduce the risk of airborne pathogens and improve indoor air quality. When used correctly, UV-C germicidal light can be a powerful tool to help prevent HAI’s and maintain a safe and sterile healthcare environment.